Transcript: He died from a stroke on thursday, June 9, 1870. Many people say he lived a very sucessful life. He was a very popular auther during the 19th centrury. He began writing fiction at 25, with The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. He started writing because he loved it and he could make a living from it. He had written over 20 books. He had worked in a factory, pasting labels on jars of shoe polish when he was 11-13. From 9-11 he went to William Gile's in Chatham, Kent then, from 13-15 he went to Wellington House Academy in London. From, there on he was self-educated. Charles Dickens life He was a well-known writer. How and when he died. Charles Dickens Charles was born Friday, February 7, 1812. His full name is John Huffam Dickens. He had 7 siblings, there was 3 sisters and 4 brothers. his parents were John and Elizabeth Barrow Dickens. Him and his wife had 10 kids together. There were 7 boys and 3 girls. His wife's name was Catherine Thompson Hogarth. Charles Dickens was self-educated when he was young after going to two schools.
Transcript: MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT DOMBEY AND SON LIFE FAMILY FATHER OLIVER TWIST WORK A CHRISTMAS CAROL CHARLES DICKENS CATHERINE HOGARTH
Transcript: Timeline On February 7, born in Portsmouth, England Moves to London Moves to Chatham Starts to attend Giles's school Moves to Camden town, London Started Working at Warren's Blacking Factory His dad sent to prison because of his debt(February) Father has released from prison(May) Enrolls at Wellington House Academy(June) Decides to become a journalist Publishes first short story 'A Dinner at popular walk' in Monthly Magazine Got married His novel 'Olive Twist' begins it serial run in Bently's Miscellany Publishes 'A Christmas Carol' Seperated with his wife Died on June 9 Poetic way Satire Episodic Idealized characters William Shakesphere Later influenced Victorian novelists His early life experiences His Poverty government poverty Charles Dickens 1814 Style 1833 1827 1836 1824 1817 1843 1870 Background connections 1812 1822 Influences Reviews Common Themes 1837 1821 1858
Transcript: Charles Dickens Life Rachel Werre Lorena Rodriguez Born Febuary 7,1812 and was the son of John and Elizabeth. His father was imprisioned for debt. At the age of 12 he had to work at a Blacking Factory to help his family. At 15 worked as an office boy. In 1834 he adopted the pen name "Boz". Dickens' travelled extensively to give public readings. On June 8, 1868 Charles Dickens died from a stroke at his home and was buried at Rochester Cathedral. Ha ha ha... On April 2,1836 married Cathrine Thomson Hogarth and had ten children. The conditions at the factory influenced future novels. He travelled to America in 1842 to show his support of the abolition of slavery.
Transcript: The Young Charles Charles John Huffman Dickens - February 7, 1812 - Portsmouth, England - John and Elizabeth Dickens Schooling ~ Ended age 15 ~ Mother taught him to read ~ Went to work in a factories * Father was in prison for debt Similarity Oliver began working age 9 Dickens began working age 15 Little to no schooling Personal Life Career Died June 9, 1870 - Stroke Often compared to Shakespeare - variety, color, energy and life within his characters Oliver was born an orphan (Dickens 9) (Dickens 200) (James 11) Works Cited “Charles Dickens.” 2012. Biography.com 29 Mar 2012 http://www.biography.com/people/charles-dickens-9274087 Collins, K. K. "Dickens, Charles." The World Book Encyclopedia. Vol. 5. Chicago, IL: World Book, 2009. 187-89. Print. Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, 2002. Print. James, Elizabeth. "Early Childhood and The Inimitable Boz." Charles Dickens. New York: Oxford UP, 2004. Print. - 1837 - 1839 - "Attack on London's mistreatment of the poor" (Collins 188) Oliver = Poverty (Collins 188) (Collins 188) The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Dickens = Poverty Contrast - Married Catherine Hogarth April 1836 - 10 children - Story of Mary Sister of Catherine Died 1837 Charles Dickens (James 7) ("Charles Dickens.") (Dickens 5) - First literary success - written between 1836 and 1837 (Collins 188) Wrote 20 novels, sketches, travel books, nonfiction works (Collins 188-189) ("Charles Dickens.") Oliver Twist Similarity
Transcript: Charles Dickens The English author Charles John Huffam Dickens (1812-1870) was, and probably still is, the most widely read Victorian novelist. He is now appreciated more for his "dark" novels than for his humorous works. The sociological effect of the blacking factory on Dickens was to give him a firsthand acquaintance with poverty and to make him the most vigorous and influential voice of the lower classes in his age. Despite the fact that many of England's legal and social abuses were in the process of being removed by the time Dickens published his exposés of them, it remains true that he was the most widely heard spokesman of the need to alleviate the miseries of the poor.
Transcript: He must find a way to convince the rich people.He must show that the poor people had now good life and that the rich man should do something to.He did this by writing about the poor people. Charles John Huffham Dickens doesn't like that. He found that the poor also should have equal rights. Dickens was also poor, he taught himself many. -What were his ideals? Dickens lived in the industrial revolution. He loved London. London, a place of extreme wealth and appalling misery, it was his muse with whom he had a love-hate affair. The people where quickly rich or arm and as someone once was poor, he remained poor. Dickens was a migrant, just as David Copperfield or Pip (Great Expectations). To be a true Londoner, must man be born within the sound from the church bells of St. Mary-le-Bowkerk. 2) Charles Dickens -What aspects of his life can we see back in ‘Great Expectations’?
Transcript: Charles Dickens we chose to do Charles Dickens as his books are very famous. these are some of his best books in our opinion. great expectatis oliver twist christmas carol these are some more of his books The Pickwick Papers (1836), Oliver Twist (1837–1839), Nicholas Nickleby (1838–1839), The Old Curiosity Shop (1840–1841), Barnaby Rudge (1841), A Christmas Carol (1843), Martin Chuzzlewit (1843–1844), The Chime(1844) , The Cricket on the Hearth (1845) ,The Battle of Life (1846), Dombey and Son (1846–1848) , David Copperfield (1849–1850) , Bleak House (1852–1853) , Hard Times (1854) ,Little Dorrit (1855–1857) ,A Tale of Two Cities (1859), Great Expectations (1860–1861) Our Mutual Friend (1864–1865). he was born and wrote most of his books in the victorian eara. this year it is 200 years since his birth in 1812. In 1824-1827 Charles Dickens studied at wellington house accadamy. he was born in landport,hampshire. his house was in old portsmouth he was born 7 February 1812.
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